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The results will be discussed in view of achievement of the aim, their significance and their comparison with related researchers.
is it grammatically or structurally correct?
is there is parallelism in that sentence?
The key word here is "regard" and basically, "having regard to" would usually mean "in reference" or "concerning" or "in consideration" to or of something. And it can be used here, however, it could be more common in this day and age to use "with reference to" or "in regards to" or "referring" or even simply, "regarding."